Gilles Deleuze: Ethics and Morality

Marneros, Christos (2019) Gilles Deleuze: Ethics and Morality. Critical Legal Thinking.

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The task of talking about ethics and morality, in relation to the philosophical thought of one of the most significant French philosophers of the 20th century, Gilles Deleuze, is not an easy one. This is because – and despite the vast multiplicity of subjects that he examined, both in his solo works and in his collaborations with the militant psychoanalyst Félix Guattari – Deleuze has never stated his intention to write or create a work of ethical or moral philosophy, at least in the traditional sense that the term is used to describe a ‘genre’ of the discipline of philosophy. As I explain, any discussion on ethics and morality in Deleuze’s work is reduced in brief and sporadic statements – albeit, quite insightful and important.

Keywords:Ethics, Morality, Deleuze
Subjects:V Historical and Philosophical studies > V500 Philosophy
L Social studies > L210 Political Theories
M Law > M240 Jurisprudence
Divisions:College of Social Science > Lincoln Law School
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Deposited On:21 Apr 2022 14:37

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